Session 358: PS1 -> Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 7:00 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Red Lacquer
Judicial Review of Drug Courier Profiling: An Assessment of Court Oversight of Proactive Police Interdiction {Location 1}
by: Scott L. Johnson, Buffalo State College (Corresponding)
Law and Disorder in Belize, Central America {Location 2}
by: Greg Warchol, Northern Michigan University (Corresponding)
Victimization and HIV Risk Behavior Among Female Crack Users {Location 3}
by: T.K. Logan, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Jennifer Cole, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Picturing Community Factors That Make Residents Feel Unsafe {Location 4}
by: Jodi Lane, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Why Do They Do It? A General Theory of Crime and Delinquency {Location 5}
by: Robert Agnew, Emory University (Corresponding)
Is There Constancy in Predictors of Deviance Across Cultural Settings? {Location 6}
by: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University (Corresponding)
J. Melissa Partin, Auburn University
Jennifer Crosswhite, Auburn University
Quality of Life Policing in New York City: A Partial Evaluation based on Arrestee Self-Report and Official Data {Location 7}
by: Bruce D. Johnson, N. D. R. I., Inc. (Corresponding)
Andrew Lang Golub, N. D. R. I., Inc.
Angela Taylor, N. D. R. I., Inc.
John Eterno, New York City Police Department
Predicting Violent Behavior in Adolescent Cannabis Users: Correlates of and Changes in Social Environment Over Time {Location 8}
by: Michelle K. White, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign (Corresponding)
Frank Tims, Operation PAR, Inc.
Michael Dennis, Chestnut Health Systems
The History of Parole Legislation in Canada: From Rehabilitation to Risk Management {Location 9}
by: Rachel Dioso, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Explanations for Traffic Citations: The Relative Influences of Demand for Services, Racial/Ethnic Composition, and Social and Economic Conditions {Location 10}
by: Robert Nash Parker, University of California - Riverside (Corresponding)
Olivia Seheult, University of California - Riverside
Kay K. Pih, University of California - Riverside
Emily K. O'Neill, University of California - Riverside
Louis Tuthill, University of California - Riverside
Helen Ross, University of California - Riverside
Organizational Factors That Affect Police Participation in Hate Crime Reporting in Large U.S. Cities {Location 11}
by: Everett Elliott, West Virginia University (Corresponding)
James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University
Predicting Police Stops: Integrating Self Reports and Community Data in a Multilevel Model {Location 12}
by: Kirk Miller, Northern Illinois University (Corresponding)
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
Gathering Essentials: Using Interagency Collaboration to Improve Police Efficiency {Location 13}
by: Marissa Potchak, California State Univ., San Bernardino (Corresponding)
Gisela Bichler-Robertson, California State University
Returning Home: Understanding the Challenges of Prisoner Reentry {Location 14}
by: Christy Visher, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
The Reliability and Validity of Self Report Crime of Among Drug Offenders {Location 15}
by: Carlos Rocha, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
The Contexts of Risk {Location 16}
by: Erin Gibbs Van Brunschot, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
Leslie W. Kennedy, Rutgers University
Why Don't Rogues React on Less Police Surveillance? {Location 17}
by: Henk Elffers, NSCR (Corresponding)
Searching for a Demon: The Media Construction of the Militia Movement {Location 18}
by: Steven Chermak, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Can Media Talk About Prison? {Location 19}
by: Pascal Decarpes, University of Lille II (Corresponding)
Graduate Student Research in Law, Crime and Deviance at the University of Minnesota {Location 20}
by: Candace Kruttschnitt, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Mental Health Among Rural and Urban Drug-Involved Offenders {Location 21}
by: J. Matthew Webster, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Matthew L. Hiller, University of Kentucky
Michele Staton, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as Applied to the Japanese Yakuza {Location 22}
by: Nathan R. Moran, Midwestern State University (Corresponding)
Robert D. Hanser, Sam Houston State University
School Location and Toxic Waste: Race, Class, or Collective Efficacy? {Location 23}
by: Sally S. Simpson, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Carole Gibbs, University of Maryland at College Park
A National Survey of Police Policies and Practices Regarding the Criminal Investigation Proce3ss: Twenty-Five Years After RAND {Location 24}
by: Frank Horvath, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Robert T. Meesig, Michigan State University
Yung-Hyeock Lee, Michigan State University
Proliferation of Black Gangs in Los Angeles County {Location 25}
by: Alejandro Alonso, University of Southern California (Corresponding)
A Comparison of the Structure of Adolescent Problem Behavior in the United States and Australia {Location 26}
by: Andrea LaFazia-Nielsen, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Todd I. Herrenkohl, University of Washington
Barbara J. McMorris, University of Washington
John Tombourou, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Richard F. Catalano, University of Washington
J. David Hawkins, University of Washington
Lyndal Bond, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Climate Change and Crime: An Application of Social Escape/Avoidance Theory {Location 27}
by: Ellen G. Cohn, Florida International University (Corresponding)
James Rotton, Florida International University
Preliminary Findings From the Safe Schools/Healthy Students National Evaluation: Perceptions of Safety on School Grounds {Location 28}
by: Pamela K. Lattimore, RTI International (Corresponding)
Public Support for Faith-Based Correctional Programs: Should Sacred Places Serve Civic Purposes? {Location 29}
by: Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati
Bonnie Fisher, University of Cincinnati
Brandon K. Applegate, University of Central Florida
Shannon A. Santana, University of Cincinnati
Police Bureaucracies: Debunking the Myth of Singularity {Location 30}
by: Robert H. Langworthy, University of Alaska Anchorage (Corresponding)
Dating Violence and Sexual Coercion as Part of a General Antisocial Orientation {Location 31}
by: Leslie C. Gordon, Clemson University (Corresponding)
The Relative Contributions of Court Interventions, Changing Marital Status, and Informal Social Controls to Delaying Re-Arrest for Domestic Violence {Location 32}
by: Amy Thistlethwaite, Northern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
John Wooldredge, University of Cincinnati
Science to Art: The Jump to New Ideas {Location 33}
by: Carolyn Master Rickett, University of Texas - Arlington (Corresponding)
Bridging the Gap Between Crime and Culture: Study of Protective Cultural Factors on Transnational Level {Location 34}
by: Galma Jahic, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Identifying Street Level Drug Markets and Their Relationships to Facilities {Location 35}
by: Nicholas Zanin, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
A New Gateway to Treatment: The Criminal Justice System and Drug Treatment Referrals 1992-1999 {Location 36}
by: Corey Colyer, University of Michigan (Corresponding)
Cluster Analysis of Murder/Nonnegligent Manslaughter Characteristics {Location 37}
by: Cynthia Barnett, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
Penn State's Doctoral Program in Crime, Law and Justice {Location 38}
by: D. Wayne Osgood, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Private Industry Behind Bars: Does Work Work? {Location 39}
by: Cindy J. Smith, University of Baltimore (Corresponding)
The Application of GIS Technology to the Study of Fear of Crime {Location 40}
by: Nick McRee, The University of Portland (Corresponding)
The Best of Both Worlds: Integrating Psychology and Law Enforcement Approaches to the Evaluation of Nonverbal Behavior in the Interview/Interrogation Setting {Location 41}
by: Carol K. Oyster, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse (Corresponding)
Tara Wildes, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Effect of Supermax Prisons on Aggregate Levels of Prison Violence: An Analysis of Short Time Series {Location 42}
by: Jody L. Sundt, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale (Corresponding)
Thomas C. Castellano, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Chad S. Briggs, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
The Impact of Religion on Homicides in Urban Neighborhoods {Location 43}
by: Margaret A. Zahn, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Dawn-Marie Campos, University of Maryland at College Park
Ronald Wilson, National Institute of Justice
Robert J. Kaminski, National Institute of Justice
Mediation vs. Litigation: An Extensive Review of an Alternate Resolution to Child Custody Disputes {Location 44}
by: Jordan Braciszewski, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Survivor-Oriented Response Design: Planning Domestic Violence and Sexual Trauma Response Services Based on Survivors' Needs {Location 45}
by: T. Hank Robinson, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Megan S. Stroshine, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Denise C. Herz, California State University, Los Angeles
Empirically Testing Gottfredson and Hirschi's General Theory of Crime in African American Adolescents {Location 46}
by: Jennifer Crosswhite, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University
Rehabilitiation of Non-Violent Drug Offenders: Analysis and Proposal {Location 47}
by: Thomas Goldstein, University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Matthew Stokes, University of Maryland
Jeremy Rachlin, University of Maryland
Shihwe Wang, University of Maryland
Teaching and Research on the Internet {Location 48}
by: Kenneth Mentor, New Mexico State University (Corresponding)
Crime Prevention Techniques Used by Taxi Drivers in Cardiff {Location 49}
by: Martha Jane Smith, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
Childhood Victimization and Crime in a Neighborhood Context {Location 50}
by: Amie M. Schuck, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Cathy Spatz Widom, New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ)
A Randomized Study of the Baltimore City Drug Treatment Court: Results From the Three-Year Follow-Up {Location 51}
by: Denise C. Gottfredson, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Stacy Skroban Najaka, University of Maryland at College Park
Brook Kearley, University of Maryland at College Park
Criminal Justice Treatment Networks: Client-Level Descriptive Findings {Location 52}
by: Wendy A. Townsend, Caliber Associates (Corresponding)
Stacey Sexton, Caliber Associates
Erica Liao, Caliber Associates
Exploring Risk Factors of Delinquency Among Japanese Junior High School Students {Location 53}
by: Hiroko Kamon, National Research Inst. of Police Science (Corresponding)
Yutaka Harada, National Research Inst. of Police Science
Seiji Yonezato, National Research Inst. of Police Science
Kanehiro Hoshino, Teikyo University
Models of Corporate Prosecution and Organizational Culpability {Location 54}
by: William S. Laufer, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Conceptualizing Terrorism {Location 55}
by: Freda Adler, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Gerhard O.W. Mueller, Rutgers University
Violence and At-Risk Inner-City Girls {Location 56}
by: Nikki Jones, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Substance Abuse and Criminal Specialization in an Arrestee Sample {Location 57}
by: Angela Hegamin, University of California - Los Angeles (Corresponding)
David Farabee, University of California, Los Angeles
Ake Tzu-Hui Lu, University of California - Los Angeles
Douglas Longshore, University of California, Los Angeles
3-4, Methelenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) and Drug Markets in the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring System {Location 58}
by: James C. Hendrickson, National Opinion Research Center (Corresponding)
Dean R. Gerstein, NORC at the University of Chicago
An Ecological Study of the Effect of Race on Suspensions and Expulsions in the Schools {Location 59}
by: Travis Satterlund, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Asian Youth Gangs: A Rising Epidemic From Coast to Coast {Location 60}
by: Cliff Akiyama, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Exploring the Tacit Nature of Police Work {Location 61}
by: Stephen M. Cox, Central Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Hedlund, Central Connecticut State University
Mark J. Ludwig, Central Connecticut State University
Structural Change in Large Police Organizations in the 1990s {Location 62}
by: Edward R. Maguire, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Yeunhee Shin, George Mason University
Impact of the Prison Litigation Reform Act on Inmate Lawsuits Filed at the Appellate Court Level {Location 63}
by: Louis Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University (Corresponding)
Brandi Merideth, Southeast Missouri State University
Carol Veneziano, Southeast Missouri State University
Milo Miller, Southeast Missouri State University
Courtroom Norms and Legal Discourse in Offences of Physical Violence {Location 64}
by: Leonie Howe, University of Surrey (Corresponding)
Nigel G. Fielding, University of Surrey
Law and Order in North India: Perspectives on Village and Jungle {Location 65}
by: Julia Wardhaugh, University of Wales (Corresponding)
Blended Sentencing of Juveniles in Minnesota: Processing and Recidivism Models {Location 66}
by: Fred Cheesman II, National Center for State Courts (Corresponding)
Heidi Green, Minnesota Supreme Court
TBA {Location 67}
by: Karen Moreton, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
University of Illinois at Chicago Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice {Location 68}
by: Joseph L. Peterson, University of Illinois at Chicago (Corresponding)
Gangs as Institutions and Their Impact on Public Policy {Location 69}
by: James H. Noonan, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
James A. Woods, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Robert D. Brown, University of Mississippi
The Benefits of Problem Solving Prosecutors in the Community {Location 70}
by: Michele Muni, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
The Mechanics of Hawala {Location 71}
by: Nikos Passas, Temple University (Corresponding)
Reasonable Doubt and Juror Deliberation: Creating an Integrated Model of Jury Decisions {Location 72}
by: Candace C. McCoy, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
A Case Study in International CJ Research: The US/Ukraine Research Partnership {Location 73}
by: Jim Finckenauer, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Is Job Accessibility Relevant to Crime Patterns? A GIS Approach {Location 74}
by: Fahui Wang, Northern Illinois University (Corresponding)
W. William Minor, Northern Illinois University
Deviants or Consenting Adults? A Human Rights Approach to Defining Deviance {Location 75}
by: Nick Larsen, Chapman University (Corresponding)
Policing for Securitisation {Location 76}
by: William de Lint, University of Windsor (Corresponding)
Sirpa Virta, University of Tampere
Challenges of Terrorism: A World Perspective {Location 77}
by: Dilip Das, State University of New York (Corresponding)
Measuring Psychological Stress in Crime Victims {Location 78}
by: Caroline A. Meyer, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)

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